from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Top; summit; culmination.
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The housing markets began to cumble because people were paying $4-$5/gal gas, and therefore could no longer afford their other bills, let alone consumer spending.
Christine DeBacker: le sigh. i miss european forests. wishing i could be pulled from the ... daria: ahw i especially love these pictures and apple cumble is L O V E a spoonful of mint: Det var längesen jag läste boken.